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Stef

Gastric Sleeve Patients
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    Stef got a reaction from Felinakayloves in Coloring hair   
    Hush you! Sensible priorities have no place here!
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    Stef got a reaction from Countrygrrl in Weight of bike   
    If you could hold it up before, you'll be able to hold it up after. WLS doesn't deplete your skeletal stability
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    Stef got a reaction from Countrygrrl in Weight of bike   
    If you could hold it up before, you'll be able to hold it up after. WLS doesn't deplete your skeletal stability
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    Stef got a reaction from nos in Over 400Lbs Gastric Sleeve Success Story   
    I started just about where you were and less than a month after my sleevification I've broken into the 300's already. I think that's pretty awesome
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    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
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    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  7. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
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    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
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    Stef got a reaction from BigGirlPanties in Can i stretch my stomach from throwing up?   
    If you're throwing up 2-3 times a week, you need to be having some serious discussions with your doc.
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    Stef reacted to Mama Spike in CPAP, you are fired!   
    Congratulations!
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    Stef reacted to magtart in CPAP, you are fired!   
    Yay, that is awesome news!
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    Stef reacted to Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    I haven't had another sleep study done since my initial. Not sure how many events I had, but I too was diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea. Can't wait for it to go away! You Lucky Ducky! Good for you!
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    Stef reacted to JeanZ_RN in CPAP, you are fired!   
    Luck had nothin' to do with it! Hard work and perseverance won the day! Congratulations!
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    Stef reacted to HHHappy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    Nice!!! congrats!
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    Stef reacted to lsereno in CPAP, you are fired!   
    Congrats! What a nice one year surgiversary present!
    Lynda
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    Stef reacted to Fiddleman in CPAP, you are fired!   
    Great job stef! Now let's have a cpap garage sale.
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    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
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    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  19. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  20. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  21. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  22. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  23. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  24. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
  25. Like
    Stef got a reaction from Teachamy in CPAP, you are fired!   
    As part of the approval process for my VSG, I had to do a one night in-patient sleep study and it verified what I had pretty much known already, that I had obstructive sleep apnea. The test showed that I averaged 24 events an hour, which is pretty severe. I was given a CPAP machine and it was my nightly companion from that point forward.
    Since that initial test, I've had regular follow-ups with my sleep doc and as my weight dropped so did the number of events per hour and the pressure required to maintain my airway as I slept. Two weeks ago, I did an at-home sleep test and this morning I got a call with the results from that test. Due to my weight loss, my OSA has resolved and I no longer need to use the CPAP machine!
    I danced around the apartment like an idiot after I hung up the phone then cleaned up my CPCP and tossed it into the back of my closet
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